Pedro Gómez-Requeni

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Partial or total replacement of fish meal by a mixture of plant protein (PP) sources (corn gluten, wheat gluten, extruded peas, rapeseed meal and sweet white lupin) balanced with indispensable amino acids was examined in juvenile gilthead sea bream over the course of a 6-month growth trial. A diet with fish meal (FM) as the sole protein source was compared(More)
The activity of the somatotropic axis was analysed in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) fed either a fishmeal-based diet (FM) or graded levels of plant proteins to replace 50% (PP50 diet), 75% (PP75 diet) or 100% (PP100 diet) of the fishmeal protein. For this purpose, partial cloning and sequencing of the gene encoding rainbow trout growth(More)
Juvenile gilthead sea bream (initial body weight ca. 100 g) were reared in an indoor flow through marine water system for 1 year. Fish were fed two isoenergetic [19.2 kJ g −1 dry matter (DM)] and isoproteic (426 g kg −1 DM) diets either based on fish meal (diet FM) or on a mixture of plant protein sources (diet PP), replacing 75% of fish meal protein. The(More)
Lysine (Lys) is an indispensable amino acid (AA) and generally the first limiting AA in vegetable protein sources in fish feeds. Inadequate dietary Lys availability may limit protein synthesis, accretion and growth of fish. This experiment aimed to further elucidate the role of Lys imbalance on growth by examining the myotomal muscle proteome of juvenile(More)
Growth and mRNA levels of the pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) and its related peptide (PRP), and the system controlled by the growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factors (IGFs) were analyzed in pejerrey fry fed with graded levels of dietary lipids: 10% (L10), 13% (L13) and 21% (L21). First, the full sequence of pejerrey(More)
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